JANUARY 17TH 2017
AT HILTON COMMUNITY CENTRE
CREATE WOULD LIKE TO PROVIDE A DANCE GROUP SESSION STRICTLY FOR ADULTS WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT NEEDS WHO USE WHEELCHAIRS.
SUPPORT WORKERS WILL JOIN IN THE FUN AND LEARN HOW TO FACILITATE WHEELCHAIR DANCE.
SCOTTISH, SALSA, DISCO, MODERN DANCE, AND ANY SPECIAL REQUESTS
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT HILTON COMMUNITY CENTRE 1-3PM
Please contact Allan Finnie on 07745456017 or Alex on 01224 313323 OR EMAIL email@example.com
Create have signed up to the Charter for Involvement, which means we will strive to ensure service users and their families are involved in the development of the service.
The Charter for Involvement is written by the National Involvement Network (NIN) and was published January 2015 . It is a series of 12 new statements that show how people who use support services want to be involved:
- in the services they get
- in the organisations that provide their services, and
- in the wider community
The Charter is unique in Scotland as it has been written and developed by people who use services for service providers to make involvement better for everyone.
Singing up means organisations:
- Agree with the Charter principles and statements.
- Commit to putting the Charter principles and statements into practice in their organisation.
- Commit to working in partnership with people who use their service to draw up an action plan. This will say what actions they will take to improve involvement in line with the Charter principles and statements.
- Commit to working in partnership with people who use their service to check how the organisation is doing with these actions on a regular basis.
- Commit to sharing learning and ideas on improving involvement and taking this work forward with other organisations.
Thanks to: Jasmine and Sam Ashcroft for their fundraiser for Create, raising £73! Well Done! And thanks also to: Orla Smith for £423 raised, Foundation Scotland who gave us a grant of £1,577 for cooking classes, AUSA who donated £1,920 for art classes, The Limit who donated £500, and another donation from the TSB Castlegate for £116.
Aberdeen Impact Award Winners!
One of Create’s Trustees Lynda Hunter was honoured on Saturday to win the Active Citizen Award at the Third Sector Volunteer Fayre, recognition and thanks for all her very hard work volunteering for many years. Create also won the Visitors’ Favourite Award on the day, and our Rock Choir rocked the crowd with their covers of Love Me Do, Stand By Me and One Love!